Toriko fans will be disheartened to know that the 395th chapter of their beloved manga series will mark the end of it. But before we get to that, here is a short recap of Toriko chapter 394 and spoilers of chapter 395. Keep in mind that the following recap contains major spoilers, so proceed at your own risk.

Toriko Chapter 394 Recap

In chapter 394, we saw Neo releasing all that he ate, which marked the end of the battle. Midora also sacrificed himself in order to bring back what was stolen from the world. His sacrifice was worth it as Earth got its grace back. Later on, Toriko managed to complete his full course moments before Neo Endmamoth. He assigned it to its FC’s meat dish as it had more enhanced flavor. The chapter then ended with Toriko inviting Neo to eat with them. This was the very first time someone asked Neo to eat with them, and the warmth of Toriko’s invitation made him happy.

Toriko Chapter 395

Toriko chapter 394 ends with Toriko telling everyone to sit together and eat. Neo was also invited, so the gathering was even better and everyone was happy. Now, in chapter 395, fans will be able to see a fun gathering. It is said that the chapter will focus on Toriko and his friends cooking together. The chapter will be light, but will be full of fun and humor.

Toriko Chapter 395 To Be The Last Chapter

Toriko Chapter 395 will be the last chapter of the manga series. At the last page of Toriko chapter 394, it was written that the next chapter will be climax. For those who don’t know, the world Climax in katakana alphabet refers to the last chapter of the manga. The last chapter will have 31 pages and will be published in Shuiesha’s 50th issue.

Toriko Chapter 395 Release Date

Toriko Chapter 395 will be released on November 14, 2016 in Shuiesha’s 50th issue. The chapter will focus on Toriko and his friends cooking together. Chapter 395 will mark the end of this critically acclaimed series. This will without any doubt, make fans sad, but they can definitely expect to see a sequel soon. The manga is written and illustrated by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro. It started back in 2008 and was later adapted into anime by Toei Animation in 2011.

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